Places to See in Srinagar Garhwal

Srinagar Garhwal has 5 tourist spots and places to see.

One can find few places of interest in and around Srinagar that are visited by tourists. Dhari Devi temple is a well-known Devi temple situated 16 kms from Srinagar. Kilkileshwar Mahadev and Kamaleshwar temple are other revered shrines in and around Srinagar.

There are 5 tourist spots in Srinagar Garhwal where travellers can spent their leisure time. Here you will find list of all the Srinagar Garhwal sightseeing options which you must visit and plan your itinerary accordingly. Explore the hidden gems of Srinagar Garhwal through this well-researched list, learn about the most happening places, things to do, famous picnic spots for a memorable vacation in Srinagar Garhwal.

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Dhari Devi Temple

Dhari Devi Temple

14.2 kms / 30 mins
Free Entry | Exploration Time 2 hr |
On the banks of Alaknanda river, the holy temple of Goddess Dhari Devi is located between Srinagar and Rudraprayag on Badrinath Road. Dhari Devi Templ...


9 kms / 19 mins
Maletha is small but famous village near Srinagar. A well known historic place in Uttarakhand, Maletha is known for the bravery of Madho Singh Bhandar...
Gola Bazaar

Gola Bazaar

Gola Bazaar or Gola market is cool destination to shop and hang out, the Gola Bazaar located in Srinagar Garhwal is one such place that every shopahol...


6.1 kms / 15 mins
Kirtinagar is a small town located at Tehri Garhwal district in Uttarakhand. Scenically situated on the banks of holy Alaknanda river, Kirtinagar is a...
Kamleshwar Temple

Kamleshwar Temple

Free Entry | Exploration Time 1 hr |
Kamleshwar Mahadev Temple is one of popular Shiva Temples of Garhwal Region. It is one of the five Maheshwar Pith's of Himalayas according to Kedarkha...

Some other places to see in Srinagar

HNB Garhwal University Museum: HNBGU stands for Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University. It was established in the year 1973 and recently this university has been centrally recognized. The department of History, Ancient History, Culture and Archaelogy (HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar) has established its own Museum in 1980 as a creative centre for encouraging and preserving the Himalayan heritage, traditional folk crafts and arts along with varied manifestation of the life styles from the past to the present, from stone age to the present. 

The museum has got full fledged graphic and photographic section and a large collection of photographs, slides and line drawings of temples, sculptures and excavated and explored sites of the central Himalayan region. The museum also assists scholars and researchers working in Archaelogical field for the same purpose.

The Museum of Himalayan Archaelogical and Ethnography is displaying the explored and excavated archaelogical material-artifacts, teracotta's implements, pottery, sculptures and other antiquities discovered in the mid-central Himalayan region.

Keshorai Math: Keshorai Math is dedicated to Lord Narayan. In the year 1682 a person named Kesho Rai constructed this temple while his visit to Badrinath. After getting tired by walking for a very long time Kesho Rai planned to sleep at this place and in his dreams Narayan appeared and asked him to dig at the place where he was sleeping. Kesho Rai woke up and started digging and he soon discovered an image of Narayan, he then constructed a temple here.

Vishnu Mohini Temple: This holy spot is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi. This temple is not far from the market of Srinagar. It is also known as Shankar Math or the Ashwatirth, is located near SSB Complex in Srinagar. The temple has a story associated with Ashwamegh Yagya performed by Indra and it is equally considered as Ashwatirth.

Kilkileshwar Mahadev: There is another temple dedicated to Lord Shiva located on the banks of the sacred Alaknanda River named as Kilkileshwar Mahadev. This sacred temple was established by the legendary Hindu Guru, Adi Shankaracharya.

The Hill Top (picnic spot): It is located 7 kms from Srinagar on Pauri Road. You can have a very good view of Srinagar Town and Alaknand River from this Hill Top Spot.

Other places to visit are: Goraknath Cave and Temple, Chauras Area in Srinagar, Sri Tapoo (or Shri Yantra Island), 

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